The course's claim to fame is its beautifully restored windmill, which is now part of the clubhouse. An appreciable sense of quality is felt in everything connected to the club and its facilities, which is let down only by the somewhat unimaginative course layout. There are a handful of interesting holes on the front 9 in those parts of the site, that have a few undulations. The rest is a golf architect going through the motions.

There are just too many similar holes, all par 3s have nearly the same length and the one short par 4 does its best to discourage the longhitter from trying to drive the green. The bunkers and green complexes are standard fare as well.

On the positive side the course is meticulously maintained and the two returning nines have a nice touch in that they are both playing towards the windmill on the final hole. While the property has few natural features, at least the routing flows quite effortlessly from hole to hole. It is certainly an enjoyable walk, albeit on very loamy soil.